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Manville Trustee Fraud/Favortism Exposed in Lawyers Objection

July 14, 2015

Final Objection – Manville.pdf

On July 13, 2014, the Mandelbrot Law Firm filed an Objection Reply to the Trustees Accounting which displays extensive fraud and favoritism at the Manville Trust — and potentially criminal conduct as well.

“The Trustees, Fiduciaries (Steven Kazan), and the General Counsel Jared Garelick have concealed Manville Trust fraud for years and are using me as their scapegoat. The concealment of fraud under Chapter 11 rules sure seems like Trustee criminal conduct to me, ” said Mandelbrot. Exhibit D – Dept. of Justice Trustee Handbook – select portions.pdf
“Alan Brayton ( filed claims with the Manville Trust which were described as fictional and fraud and the Trustees and Counsel Garelick conceal the information. My office, which has provided information which led to the arrest and felony conviction of an individual (John Lynch) filing false Manville claims, is the most reliable in the Country, has never filed an unreliable claims and we are suspended from filing claims? Clearly there is collusion, bad faith, favoritism and fraud taking place.” said Mandelbrot.
A Hearing is set for July 16, 2015 – at 10:00 A.M- United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York, Alexander Hamilton Custom House, One Bowling Green, New York, New York 10004-1408 before Cecelia G. Morris, United States Bankruptcy Judge.
Mandelbrot concluded, “I sure hope Judge Morris can ‘see through’ the Trustee and Garelick’s lies to the Court and puts a stop to the bad faith that has been taking place at this Trust for nearly a decade.”

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